For kids that like hunting down things in hiding, this patriotic word search is just the thing to keep them engaged and learning!
Election season is here again! Imagine you're in charge of counting the votes and declaring a winner. Look through the tally results and carefully answer the questions.
World War I was an important turning point in world history. Pay tribute to the American soldiers that fought in World War I by bringing some color to this soldier coloring page.
Learn about one of our nation's historical heroes with this social studies worksheet featuring Abraham Lincoln.
This simple coloring page features President Obama in front of the American flag.
Who's the mystery president? Your second grader can find out by skip counting by threes to complete the dot-to-dot.
Challenge your child to draw the flag of Colonial times and the present day flag, and then compare their differences.
Introduce your kindergartener to some important U.S. history with this intricate coloring page featuring James Madison.
Take a historic trip back to the civil war period and color the soldiers from the two opposing forces.
If some of these lyrics sound familiar, that's because America the Beautiful is a famous national song! Learn all of the lyrics with this worksheet.
Challenge your third grader to complete this perplexing maze modeled after the White House.
This Memorial Day or Veterans Day, pay tribute to our enlisted men and women by coloring this soldier coloring page.
Ever heard of this song? It came before the Star Spangled Banner, and is one of the lesser known anthems of the U.S. Learn the lyrics with this worksheet.
This coloring page features the 10th President of the United States: John Tyler.
Your second grader can create his own presidential seal by coloring in this fun printable page.
Veterans day honors the many men and women who have served in the armed forces. Remember these brave heroes this November 11th and say thanks to the veterans in your life.
This great brain teaser challenges your child to unscramble president names and a riddle. It's a fun Presidents Day worksheet featuring Mount Rushmore!
This classic coloring sheet features the sixth U.S. President of the United States: John Quincy Adams.
Election season is here, and what better way to introduce your future voter to politics than by learning about the federal government?
On election night, be ready to track the results with this handy electoral college map. Color in the states as you prepare to find out who the president will be!
Learn about past Presidents of the United States this President's Day by coloring them! This coloring page features William Henry Harrison, 9th U.S. President.
What if your child were President? Get his political mind pumping with a writing activity about what he would do as President of the United States.
Celebrate presidential history with this George Washington coloring page, which features both the first American President's image and his name.
This patriotic coloring page features James Monroe, 5th President of the United States. Add color and note the year he was born and the year he died.
Learn about past Presidents of the United States this President's Day by coloring them. This coloring page features Martin Van Buren, 8th U.S. President.
Give your kindergartener a painless introduction to U.S. presidential history with this John Adams coloring sheet!
As your kindergartener colors this representation of third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, he'll strengthen his creativity and fine motor skills.
Ask your kindergartener to connect the dots on this paper, and he will make Abraham Lincoln's favorite accessory appear!
Your little learner can learn about the heroic Tuskegee Airmen as he hones his reading comprehension skills with this history worksheet.
Your budding historian can learn about the Buffalo Soldiers, the first African American military troops to serve in peacetime.
Happy Veterans Day! Teach your child to honor the men and women of the military with this Veterans Day coloring page.
How well do you know your country's flag? Now your child can learn about the history of the American flag with this great printable.
On this fun social studies worksheet, kids read about some of the things John Adams accomplished, then test their knowledge with a fun unscrambling activity.
Get to know an important labor rights activist, Cesar Chavez, with this coloring page, featuring some important facts about him.
Located on the National Mall in Washington D.C. the Lincoln Memorial honors our 16th president.